Irene Death Toll At 29Hurricane Irene has led to the deaths of at least 29 people in nine states:
Irene Leaves Behind A Mess On The Eastern SeaboardWhile Hurricane Irene’s winds and storm surge fell short of the doomsday predictions, it did leave a mess from North Carolina north through the New England area.
Nearly Two Dozen Deaths Attributed To IreneNearly two dozen deaths in eight states have been attributed to Hurricane Irene.
Irene's Center Approaching Northern New EnglandThe center of Tropical Storm Irene is battering northeastern New England with torrential rain and which have caused wide spread flooding along the upper eastern seaboard.
Tropical Storm Jose Passes BermudaTropical Storm Jose, the tenth named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, is speeding past Bermuda.
Irene Wreaks Havoc On Long Island, NYIrene wreaked havoc on parts of Long Island, but lost its hurricane strength by the time it reached New York City.
Amtrak Cancels New York-Miami Train, Others For MondayAmtrak passengers in South Florida who expected to hop a train Monday for New York or other points north will have to wait a couple more days.
President Obama Briefed On Impact Of Hurricane IrenePresident Barack Obama was briefed Sunday morning on the federal response and recovery efforts following Hurricane Irene’s trip up the East Coast.
Philadelphia: State Of Emergency LiftedMayor Michael Nutter lifted the state of emergency in Philadelphia early Sunday afternoon, but the potential for widespread flooding remained.
Irene Forces More Cancellations SundayThousands of tourists are finding themselves stranded in South Florida because of Hurricane Irene. More than 9,000 flights have been canceled nationwide because of weather along the east coast.
Irene Batters Md., Thousands Without PowerMaryland is assessing the damage as Irene leaves the state.